Lunch was often cold or hot roasted vegetables and potatoes for a burst of filling and low calorie nutrition, so I could enjoy dinner out on the town!
Dinner at an oceanfront Thai restaurant with calamari over fresh vegetables in hot sauce. I asked for brown rice on the side instead of with the dish, so I could portion it myself. The spicy light sauce was perfect, although salty in any restaurant of course. Extra water and long beach walks help flush out the sodium! The extra servings of brown rice lasted until next day’s lunch too.
I try to grab two hardboiled eggs or plain yogurt and fresh fruit from the convenience store when traveling or cook them myself if I have a kitchen. If I do eat breakfast out, I order a large vegetable and cheese omelet, but I nix the hash browns and toast for a side of fresh tomatoes or fruit. This method hasn’t failed me when traveling!
When in Miami, you have to dress Miami….